PSV imposes a 40-year sanction without entering its stadium on the fan who attacked Sevilla player Dmitrovic
This Monday the Dutch PSV imposed a 40-year ban without being able to access the Philips Stadion to the amateur who invaded the field of play in the second leg of the round of 32 of the Europa League against Sevilla to attack the Seville goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic, according to a club statement.
The 20-year-old entered the club. He ran onto the field of play in the final stretch of the game and hit the ball. on the back to Dmitrovic,before trying to punch him in the face. Quickly, the goalkeeper rushed forward. He came down on him and pinned him down. on the ground, while security members arrived. PSV won the game. The game ended 2-0, but fell to the score. They were eliminated from the Europa League 3-2 on aggregate.
This action has now been punished by the 40-year-old club with prohibited entry to the sports venue . In addition, the PSV will start the game. a procedure to recover the damages that the entity may have suffered, according to its statement. His jump onto the pitch to try to attack the goalkeeper has already received praise. a prison sentence of three months, one of which is suspended. Likewise, the authorities penalized the supporter with a two-year ban from going near the Philips Stadium.
The convicted man, who was drunk at the time of the attack, was already serving a sentence. sanction that prohibited him from accessing the premises, although he has not revealed how he entered the premises. in the stadium. Likewise, he was fired from his job and expelled from the PSV supporters club to which he belonged.